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  #201 Break the Rules
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Five trees by the lake       ©2018 kerszkavet
Panasonic DMC-FZ150       4th place, 117 points
1/1300s, f5, ISO 100, 418mm, Aperture Priority, Pattern, no flash
 
Post-Processing: cloned out some shrubbery, levels, crop       Extra Info: composition does not follow the "rule of thirds"
 
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askaluba
Jun 22, 2018
    Beautiful capture.

kerszkavet
Jun 6, 2018
    thanks everyone for the kind comments

RolandB
Jun 5, 2018
    Congratulations. This certainly broke the "rules." :)

mrsawyer
Jun 5, 2018
    Congrats on your high finish. The trees get lost in the enormity of the lake, which I suppose is the point. Beautiful result.

Lo
Jun 5, 2018
    Nice spotting - this really works well!

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Lo
Jun 4, 2018
    This looks so much better than it would have using rule of 3rds.

Mepo
Jun 4, 2018
    This actually works well. Good gallery type shot.

dodrizzt
Jun 3, 2018
    It doesn't follows the rule, true - for a little margin :) it's almost a "rule of fourths" ;)
For me is more the unbalanced composition what stands out here, with so many empty space... and makes the image truly interesting, one must "scroll down" to see what comes at the end. And the simplicity of the subject, don't ask me why, but makes me smile :)
High in my favorites, well done!!

RobertLavker
Jun 3, 2018
    An effective mis-use of the rule of thirds. The slanting pier doesn't help. In my TT's

aoc46
Jun 2, 2018
    Between breaking the rule of thirds and following the one about odd numbers, you've created a rather interesting composition.

ysal
Jun 1, 2018
    I really like this image very much. It's one of those images where you can't quite put your finger on, but something about it really draws the viewer in. High in my TT

SteveBee
May 31, 2018
    I like the unbalanced composition. I think it works well here in part because it is consistent with the elevated position from which you shot it. I also like the minimalism and symmetry aspects. Well done.
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